Despite such a bland direction, Tick Tick… Boom is worth a watch for Andrew Garfield’s energetic performance.
For me, Spencer needed a little bit more depth to become memorable as a biopic, but it’s nonetheless and interesting if entirely fictional reconstruction of a character we all feel like we know.
Rebecca Hall excels in her firts outing as a director and a writer, eliciting great performances and a gorgeous photography.
There’s so much to like in The Harder They Fall. Unfortunately, there’s so much of everything else, too.
Eternals is more Marvel than Chloe Zhao, to its detriment, but it still finds humanity and nature in its cosmic story.
I like Wes Anderson and I appreciate the work and care he’s put into this piece, but The French Dispatch left me cold.
With its bold aesthetic mysticism, The Green Knight reminded me why I loved my book of Arthurian myths when I was a kid.
It’s one thing to be silly. It’s another to be dumb.
Ridley Scott’s latest studies medieval misogyny from a uniquely modern perspective.
Daniel Craig’s rugged intensity makes Bond more human than ever in an entertaining -if long- farewell to his long run.